Gabriel Aiello

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25.5 by 36.5 silkscreen on aluminum with metal welded frame and neon

Gabriel Aiello employs various printmaking and sculptural techniques that manifest in vivid, stark imagery often onto large industrial metal. The work engages and coyly refers to the parallax between present day virtual warfare and its connection between touch and sight. Etching vivid, multi-layered screen-prints onto metal, artist Gabe Aiello blends the fascinating and the frightening, not afraid of exploring how the two come together visually and thematically. Nothing is off-limits as the artist frequently draws on engineering research (both chemical and mechanical.)

Gabe was born and raised in New York City. He works in the Bronx at the Andrew Freedman Home.